Courtyard By Marriott Portland Airport
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Voodoo Doughnut is an independent doughnut shop based in Portland. It is known for its unusual doughnuts, eclectic decor, and iconic pink boxes featuring the company logo and illustrations of voodoo priests. If there was ever a business that captured the kooky essence of Portland, it's Voodoo. Sweet-fingered sorcerers concoct what might best be described as avant-garde doughnuts. When Voodoo first opened, it offered ...
... spent exploring the massive Washington park trails & enjoying the lushness of the forests & the awesome vistas over Portland and beyond.
After a fabulous brunch, and a non-planned stop in a random suburbia park we headed to the airport & despite a delayed flight & a missed connection that saw us home after midnight, we had a fabulous weekend & became confident that Miss J loves to ...
... the Gods. According to scientific history, the first, natural Bridge of the Gods was created by an enormous landslide between the lava cliffs of Table Mountain and the North wall of the Columbia Gorge, somewhere between 1100 and 1250 A.D. The bridge dammed the river, standing between 200 and 300 feet above sea level, high enough that Native Americans could safely cross the river. This natural dam collapsed around the 1690s - ...
... where I got the camper set up, Dave joined us and we went out to dinner. My cousin Gary and his wife Toni met us at the restaurant and we made some plans for Friday.
Gary came by and picked me and Dave’s canoe up on Friday morning and we went for a paddle on the Willamette River which flows through the city. Gary was the perfect tour guide, knowing the city’s history and the buildings along the river. We paddled some three ...
... the photos and postcards they had there and saw a sunset shot of the Columbia River gorge with the Vista House in the foreground that caught my eye. After seeing that, we went back to our room and did a little research to find out where that shot was taken (turns out it was 25miles to the west). Not having anything else to do, we set out for that location for sunset. When we got to the overlook, there were two photographers there. Not ...